Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- Owl Rewards Card
- Comps & Promotions
- $1/hr. $3 max rake. $1,000 Bad Beat Jackpot, house funded. No jackpot drop.
Hooters Casino is located on Tropicana Avenue in Las Vegas, less than a block from The Strip. This global entertainment brand also accommodates Sin City poker players in its small poker room, which is open between 12 p.m. and 6 a.m. As is true in every Hooters, the emphasis is very much upon fun rather than high-stakes gambling. Low-stakes players can enjoy some steady $1-$2 no-limit hold’em cash games at this venue. Sit-and-gos also run when players can demonstrate demand by self-starting a game on a free table. If you want to guarantee yourself a seat, Hooters allows telephone reservations during opening hours.
Hooters Las Vegas offers two poker tables. This area can be found close to the self-parking facilities and the Hooters Players Club reception. The area is pleasant without being particularly showy. Clean white walls and parquet flooring combine to produce a bright and lively atmosphere. The poker tables are surrounded by lightweight bar chairs. Multiple TV screens are mounted on the walls, streaming daytime TV, sports coverage, and general interest broadcasts. The sound is usually low (or off) to ensure that the televisions don’t drown out conversations between players.
The famous Hooters service also extends to the poker room. Although female dealers do not dress in the traditional Hooters uniforms, the cocktail waitresses are always seen in the famous shorts and spaghetti-strap tops. Comps are earned at the rate of $1 per hour and can be swapped for food service or hospitality with the Hooters girls. In terms of in-game promotions, players take advantage of an aces-cracked offer that pays $100 for busted aces of different colors and $200 if they are the same color. Also, if you are lucky enough to make a royal flush at Hooters, you receive $500 in cash.